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YAMOUT TURKOMAN TENT BAG FACE. This type of bag is the work of the Jaffarbi or Goklen Yamout groups who inhabit southern Turkmenistan and spill over into northern Persia. The bag is flat woven and has the added intricate designs on the front section. The use of a turquoise shade is typical of the region. The piece is in excellent condition. Reference 2758. Size 69 x 118 cms., or 2ft. 3ins. x 3ft. 10ins. Euros 340.

YAMOUT TURKOMAN TENT BAG FACE. This type of bag is the work of the Jaffarbi or Goklen Yamout groups who inhabit southern Turkmenistan and spill over into northern Persia. The bag is flat woven and has the added intricate designs on the front section. The use of a turquoise shade is typical of the region. The piece is in excellent condition. Reference 2758. Size 69 x 118 cms., or 2ft. 3ins. x 3ft. 10ins. CLOSE UP

YAMOUT TURKOMAN SADDLE RUG. A finely woven and very intricate piece which originates from the small Yamout sub groups of Jaffarbi or Goklen in the southern Turkmenistan/northern Persia region. They are called "Salachak" and two similar examples are shown in Uwe Jourdan·s excellent book on Turkoman weavings on page 169. The piece is intact and original and has a slight crease across the centre line, and also three small bruisd areas of pile. These are all reflections of the use and purpose it served in Turkmenistan. Reference 2760. Size 98 x 99 cms., or 3ft. square. Euros 260.

YAMOUT TURKOMAN SADDLE RUG. A finely woven and very intricate piece which originates from the small Yamout sub groups of Jaffarbi or Goklen in the southern Turkmenistan/northern Persia region. They are called "Salachak" and two similar examples are shown in Uwe Jourdan·s excellent book on Turkoman weavings on page 169. The piece is intact and original and has a slight crease across the centre line, and also three small bruisd areas of pile. These are all reflections of the use and purpose it served in Turkmenistan. Reference 2760. Size 98 x 99 cms., or 3ft. square. CLOSE UP OF FINE BORDER WORK.